Here are 5 tips that you can use in life and business that Olympic coaches and athletes use to be at their best when it matters most.
One of the fundamental psychological traits that support success in life is a high sense of self-worth or self-esteem. What is self-esteem you may ask? Self-esteem is knowing deep inside that you are a valuable human being, which establishes a healthy sense of self.
It sometimes happens, in the natural ebb and flow of business – volatile economies, changing market demands, unpredictable workforce – that a sales team underperforms. I see it all the time when I’m brought in to consult with and coach the leader of that sales team.
Many people these days call themselves coaches. Really, all you need is a website and a business card that says executive coach on it. This low barrier to entry makes it difficult for businesses to distinguish between a good coach and the kind of coach and consultant who can become a long-term business partner and deliver true transformation to a leader, team or whole organization.
Sustainability is something of a buzzword these days, but there’s a good reason for that: it has true benefits in many areas of business.
Our human needs are hard-wired into our neurology. We all have them and we can’t escape them. To have them fulfilled creates fulfilment, happiness, engagement and high performance. To not have them fulfilled creates stress, disengagement and poor performance.